- Who participates in seasonal influenza vaccination? Past behavior moderates the prediction of adherenceAnna Ernsting
Department of Health Psychology, Freie Universitat, 14195 Berlin, Germany
Adv Prev Med 2011:148934. 2011..Hence, these social-cognitive variables could be targeted in vaccination campaigns to increase intentions. However, vaccination experience affected the formation of intentions and should be accounted for when developing interventions...
- 'I do not need a flu shot because I lead a healthy lifestyle': compensatory health beliefs make vaccination less likelyAnna Ernsting
Health Psychology, Freie Universitat Berlin, Habelschwerdter Allee 45, 14195 Berlin, Germany
J Health Psychol 18:825-36. 2013..An interaction between intervention group and compensatory health beliefs on behaviour transpired. At low compensatory health belief levels, the intervention group resulted in more vaccinations than the standard group...
- A mediator model to predict workplace influenza vaccination behaviour--an application of the health action process approachAnna Ernsting
Department of Health Psychology, Freie Universitat Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Psychol Health 28:579-92. 2013..Applying the health action process approach (HAPA) to vaccination behaviour as a single-event health behaviour to study vaccination adherence and its predictors in a worksite flu vaccination programme...
- A combined planning and self-efficacy intervention to promote physical activity: a multiple mediation analysisMilena Koring
Department of Psychology, Freie Universitat Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Psychol Health Med 17:488-98. 2012..The study shows that the intervention successfully fostered physical activity and unfolds the underlying self-regulatory mechanisms of the intervention's effectiveness...
- Changes in social-cognitive variables are associated with stage transitions in physical activityLinda Parschau
Department of Psychology, Freie Universitat Berlin, Habelschwerdter Allee 45 PF 117, 14195 Berlin, Germany
Health Educ Res 27:129-40. 2012..Interventions may be more effective by considering specific mechanisms instead of providing generic interventions for all individuals at different stages...